Born on 15 September, 1890 and privately educated, Agatha Christie was a crime author and short story writer who created the likes of “Hercule Poirot”, “Miss Marple” and “Tommy and Tuppence Beresford”.
Including her bestseller And There Were None,there have now been over 2 billion Agatha Christie books sold worldwide. She was also the writer of The Mousetrap - the world’s longest-running play and even has a rose named after her.
This collection brings together all 51 Hercule Poirot short stories in chronological order, plus a bonus story - Poirot and the Regatta Mystery - not seen for more than 70 years. The dapper Belgian has solved some of the most puzzling crimes of the last century and was the most celebrated detective since Sherlock Holmes. Also the star of 33 novels, one play and various film and TV adaptations, this set is a real treat for both old and new Agatha Christie fans. Arranged in their original publication order, the short stories are the perfect introduction to Poirot's curious eccentricities.